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  1. 1. HS 311 ECONOMICS MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTANCY For B.Tech., III/IV, I-Semester (Compulsory for All Branches) Weekly No. of Hours: 04 Max.Marks: 150 Internal Exam: 50 Univ. Exam: 100 marks ECONOMICS UNIT – I Economics: Meaning, Definition, Scope: Micro and Macro. Assumptions and Methods. Usefulness. (2 periods) Factors of Production: Meaning and Definition, Characteristics of Land Labour, capital and Entrepreneurship. Division of Labour, Advantages and disadvantages. Formation of Capital. Forms of Business organization; Sole proprietaryship, parthnership concern, cooperative societies joint stock company. Types of partners, Types of joint Stock companies. Merits and Demerits. (6 periods) MANAGEMENT UNIT – II Management: Meaning and Definition. Scope of management – Principles of Management. Scientific management: Definition, Characteristics and Criticism. (4periods) Functions of Management: Planning; Definition and Process. Organizing Definition of Organization; Characteristics and types. Principles of Organization. Departmentation; Meaning and Fundamentals of Departmentation. Centralization and Decentralization; Definition; features Merits and Demerits. Communication; Process of Communication, Channels, media, and Barriers. (10 periods) UNIT – III Staffing: Meaning and Functions of Personnel Management. Coordination Definition, how to Achieve effective coordination. Controlling; Definition and Process (4 periods) ACCOUNTANCY UNIT - IV Double Entry Book Keeping: definition. Journalization of Transactions. Ledger Posting and Balancing. Preparation of Trial Balance. (10 periods) Preparation of Final Accounts: Trading Account, Profit and loss Account and Balance Sheet (with simple Adjustments) (7 periods) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Modern Economic Theory – K.K.Dewett. 2. Principles and Practice of Management – L.M.Prasad. 3. Introduction to Accountancy – T.S.Grewal. 4. Business Organization and Management – Y.K.Bhushan.
  2. 2. EC 311 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE Class: III/IV B.Tech. II Semester Lectures: 3 Branch : ECE, EIE University Exam. : 100 marks Duration of University Examination : 3 hours. Sessionals : 50 marks UNIT – I Introduction: Types of Computers: Analog, Digital and Hybrid. Generation of Computers and their comparison. Dissection of Computer into various blocks; Communication among the blocks; Common bus concept, design of bus lines using MUXs and tristate buffers. The Arithmetic Logic Unit: General register organization, stack organization of CPU, Instruction formats, Instruction types, addressing modes; Introduction to Assembly Language Programming. BASIC, ALU design: Arithmetic Unit, Logic Unit, and Shift Unit, One stage ALU. Computer Arithmetic: Fixed point arithmetic and floating point arithmetic. UNIT – II Control Unit: Instruction sequencing, Instruction interpretation. Control Unit design. Methodologies: Hard wired Control Unit – Illustrative example; Micro programmed control unit; Control Memory, Address Sequencing, Micro Instruction format, Micro program sequencer design, concepts of RISC and CISC. 12 Memory Unit: Memory hierarchy, Main Memory, RAM, ROM, Memory address mapping; Auxiliary Memory: Magnetic tapes & Discs. Associative Memories: Match logic, Read and Write logics, Cache Memory: Mapping techniques, R/W operations; Virtual Memory: Paging, Segmentation; Interleaved Memories. 8 UNIT – III Data Transfer Modes: Synchronous data transfer, Asynchronous data transfer, Strobe Control, Hand Shaking. I/O Unit: Introduction to peripheral devices. I/O interface, I/O data transfer modes: Programmed I/O; Interrupt Driver I/O; Priority Interrupts; Hardware and Software; DMA controller and Data transfer, I/O Processor – CPU and IOP Communication. 8 UNIT – IV 8085 CPU: 8085 Architecture, Instruction set addressing modes, Basic assembly language programming, pin configuration, timing diagrams, Interrupts. Basic Assembly Language Programmes – stacks, subroutine, strings. 8 TEXT BOOK: 1. Morris Mano, Computer System Architecture, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. John P. Hayes, Computer Organization and Architecture, McGraw-Hill, New York. 2. W.Stallings, Computer Organization and Architecture, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
  3. 3. EC 312 ANALOG COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Class:III/IV B.Tech. I –Semester Lectures: 3, Tutorial: 1 Branch: ECE University Examination: 100 marks Duration of University Examination: 3 Hours Sessionals: 50 marks UNIT-I Amplitude modulation: Time and frequency domain-description of AM, DSB, SSB & VSB singnals-Generation and demodulation AM, DSB, SSB and VSB signals- coherent demodulation-envelop detection-carrier recovery. AM transmitters. UNIT-II Angle Modulation: Instantaneous frequency –phase and frequency Modulation- Single tone FM and its spectral analysis – NBFM and WBFM band width – requirements of NBFM & WBFM – Generation of FM, FM Demodulatiors – Balanced slope detector, Phase – discriminator, Ratio Detector, FM transmitters. UNIT-III AM & FM Receivers: TRF, Superheterodyne receivers, RF, IF stages, AGC, AFC, Sensitivity, selectivity measurement. Communication receivers. Phase modulation. Sampling theorm, Analog pulse modulation PAM, PWM, PPM, TDM, FDM. UNIT-IV Noise in Communication System: Sources of Noise, types of Noise – quadrature components of noise – Time domain representation of narrow based noise- signal to noise ratio – Noise figure – Equivalent bandwidth. Noise in AM & FM. Calculation of Signal Power, Noise power. Signal to Noise ratio of SSB, DSB, FM Figure of merit. TEXT BOOKS: 1. “Communication Systems” – Simon Haykin (John Wiley, 1988) 2. “ Principles of Communications” – Taub and Schilling ( McGraw Hill) 3. “Electronic Communication Systems” – George Kennedy & Bernard Davis (TMH) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. “Communication Systems” – Bruce Carlson (McGraw Hill, 1988) 2. “Analog Communication Systems” – P.Chakrabarthi ( Dhanpatrai & Co.) 3. “ Communication System” – R.P.Singh, S.D.Sapre (TMH)
  4. 4. EE 319 CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING Class: III/IV B.Tech. I Semester Lectures:3, Tutorials:1 Branch: EEE, E&I,ECE University Examination: 100 marks Duration of University Examination: 3 hours Sessionals: 50 marks UNIT – I INTRODUCTION: ( 9+3) Types of systems, Properties of systems, Linearity, Time-inverience, Stability, Causality. Open loop control system, Closed loop control system, Effect of Feedback on over all gain, Stability and Sensitivity. MATHEMATICAL MODES OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS: Electrical, Mechanical and Electromechanical systems, Transfer function of physical systems by Block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graphs, Drawing a signal flow graph from a block diagram. UNIT – II CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS: (9+3) AC and DC servomotors, Synchros, Tacho generator and Potentiometer. TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS: Design specifications, Typical test signals, Time response of first order and of 2nd order systems, Time domain specifications, Basic control actions like P, PI, PD, PID and derivative feedback, Steady State error and error constants, Routh Hurwitz Criterion, Concept of root locus and construction of root loci, Effects of adding poles and zeros. UNIT – III FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS: (9+3) Frequency response of closed loop systems, Specifications, Correlation between frequency and time domain specifications, Polar plots, Gain Margin and Phase Margin, Bode plots, Nyquist stability criterion, Relative stability using Nyquist stability criterion UNIT – IV STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS: (9+3) Concepts of state, State variables and state model, Derivation of state model from transfer function, Diagonolization, Derivation of transfer function from state model, Solution of state equations, State transition matrix, Concept of Controllability and Observability. COMPENSATION: Elementary treatment of Compensation. TEXT BOOKS 1. M. Gopal, “Modern Control System Theory”, Wiley Eastern Publishers, New Delhi. 2. B.C. Kuo, “Automatic Control Systems” 7/e Prentice Hall of India. New Delhi. 3. K.Ogata, “ Modern Control Engineering” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. REFERENCES
  5. 5. 1. I.J. Nagarth & M. Gopal, “Control System Engineering”, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi. EC 313 PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS Class: III/IV B.Tech. I Semester Lectures: 3 , Tutorial: 1 Branch : ECE University Examination : 100 marks Duration of University Examination: 3 hours Sessionals: 50 marks UNIT – I WAVE SHAPING CIRCUITS: Clipping and clamping circuits, Differentiator and Integrator circuits, simulation of arbitrary transfer characteristics. SWEEP CIRCUITS: Linearisation of Sweeps, Bootstrap and miller voltage sweep circuits, Principle of current sweep circuits. UNIT – II NEGATIVE RSISTANCE SWITCHING CIRCUITS: Voltage Controlled and current controlled negative resistance circuits, its application to switching (using tunnel diode, and UJT). MULTIVIBRATORS: Switching characteristics and switching times of BJT’s and FET’s, Astable, Monostable and Bistable multivibrators; Symmetric and Asymmetric triggering and Schmitt trigger. UNIT-III BLOCKING OSCILLATOR CIRCUITS: A triggered transistor blocking oscillator (Base timing and emitter timing), Astable transistor blocking oscillator, applications of blocking oscillators. SAMPLING GATES: Basic Operating Principle of gates, Unidirectional diode sampling gates, Bi-directional sampling gates (Using diodes and transistors). UNIT-IV SYNCHRONIZATION AND FREQUENCY DIVISION: Principles of Synchronization, Synchronization of Astable Multivibrator, Monostable relaxation circuits as dividers, stability of relaxation dividers (Phase delay and phase jitter), synchronization of a sweep circuit with symmetrical signals, sine-wave frequency division with a sweep circuit, synchronization of a sinusoidal oscillator with pulses. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Millman and Taub, “ Pulse, Digital and Switching Waveforms”, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Y.N.BAPAT, “ Electronic Devices & Circuits” Discrete and Integrated”, Tata McGraw Hill. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. L. Strauss, “Wave Generation and Shaping” 2. R.Venkata Raman, “ Pulse and Digital Circuits & Computer fundamentals”, Dhanpat Rai Publications.
  6. 6. EC 314 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Class:III/IV B.Tech. I –Semester Lectures: 3 Branch: ECE, E&I, EEE University Examination:100 marks Duration of University Examination: 3 Hours Sessionals: 50 marks UNIT-I Integrated circuits: Introduction, classification of Ics, Fabrication Techniques of Ics. Introduction to OPAMP: Introduction, Internal blocks of Op-Amps, Ideal & Practical characteristics of Op-Amps, Measurement of Op-Amp parameters, Analysis of Basic Inverting & Non-Inverting Amplifiers and voltage follower. D.C. Characteristics of OPAMP: Open loop and closed loop frequency response, Op-Amp stability, Frequency compensation techniques. Ideal & Practical characteristics of IC-741. UNIT-II Applications of Operational Amplifiers: Summing and difference amplifiers, Integrator and differentiator, current to voltage and voltage to current converters, Instrumentation amplifier, sample and Hold circuit. Non-Linear Applications: Precision Rectifiers – Half wave and full wave, log and antilog amplifiers. Comparators and wave form generators: OPAMP comparators, Regenerative (Schmitt Trigger), R.C. phase shift and wiens bridge oscillators, Astable Mulitivibrator (Square wave generator) and Monostable Multivibrator. UNIT-III Active Filters: Introduction of filters, Ideal and Realistic frequency responses of various filters, Second Order filters: Analysis and design of I.G.M.F., V.C.V.S configuration of L.P.F, H.P.F., B.P.F. and notch filters. Monolithic Timers and their applications: Introduction to IC 555 Timer, Functional Diagram, Design of Astable and Monostable multivibrators using 555timer. UNIT-IV Voltage regulators: Basic voltage regulator using Op-Amps, General purpose IC Regulator, uA723, Functional diagram, specifications, Design consideration of 723 as low & high voltage regulators. Current limit protection, current feed back, current bossting. Three terminal voltage (fixed) Regulators: Introduction and general features of three terminal regulators, Ic series of three terminal Regulators, their Design, current boosting. Phase Locked Loops: Voltage controlled oscillator, Basic PLL operation, definitions related to PLL, Monolithic PLL and design considerations, transient response of PLL, typical PLL applications (FSK, AM detectors) Analog multiplexers, DAC types (R-2R ladder weighted ladder and Inverted ladder), ADCs types (Successive Approximation, Dual-Slop, Flash types). TEXT BOOKS: 1. Roy Choudhary, Shail Jain, Linear Integrated Circuits, New Age International, New Delhi. 2. Ramakant Gayakwad, Opamp and Linear Integrated Circuits, Pearson Education. 3. G.B. Clayton, Integrated Circuits & Applications, ELBS, Lodon. 4. Rodert F.Coughlin, Frederick F.Driscoll, Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits, Pearson Education, New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. R.Botkar, Integrated Circuits, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. 2. Franco, Integrated Circuits & Applications, McGraw Hill, New York.
  7. 7. EC 315 PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB Class: III/IV B.Tech. I Semester Practicals:3Hrs. Branch: E&I,EEE Sessionals : 25 Marks Duration of University Examination: 3 hours University Examination : 50 Marks LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Linear Wave Shaping 2. Non-Linear Wave Shaping (Clipping and Clamping Circuits) 3. Boot Strap Sweep Circuits 4. Miller Sweep circuits 5. UJT as Relaxation Oscillator 6. Astable multivibrator 7. Monostable multivibrator 8. Bistable multivibrator 9. Schmitt Trigger. 10. Sampling gates. EC 316 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY
  8. 8. Class:III/IV B.Tech. I –Semester Lectures: 3 Branch: ECE University Examination: 50 marks Duration of University Examination: 3 Hours Sessionals: 25 marks LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Measurement of parameters of an operation Amplifier. (i) Open Loop gain (ii) I/P bias and offset currents. (iii) I/P offset voltage. (iv) Slow Rate and (v) CMRR 2. Design of square wave generator for a specified frequency and duty cycle, using Op-Amp IC 741. 3. Design of a sinusoidal oscillator for specified frequency based on wiens bridge using IC 741. 4. Design and testing of precision rectifier. 5. Design and Testing of Instrumentation Amplifier. 6. Design and testing of Active (i) L.P.F. (ii) H.P.F (iii) B.P.F. for specified frequency. 7. Design a Astable multivibrator using IC 555 timer for a given frequency. 8. Design a Monostable Multivibrator using IC 555 timer for a specified width period. 9. Design a voltage regulator using IC 723 for a given O/P voltage and Load current. 10. Design and testing of PLL parameters using IC 565. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Roy Choudary, Shail Jain, Linear Integrated Circuits, New Age International. 2. Ramakanth Gayakwad, Opamp and Linear Integrated Circuits, Prentic Hall of India, New Delhi.

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